300 Ways to Use Your Law Degree Photo

Issue November 2004

Nearly 100 people gathered at the Radisson Hotel in Boston on Oct. 21 and heard from an array of lawyers in many different fields. The program, "300 Ways to Use Your Law Degree," featured best-selling author Hindi Greenberg, author of the "Lawyers Career Change Handbook" and other speakers. Pictured (from left) are Greenberg; Dennis J. Calcagno of Northeast Mediation & Arbitration, Quincy; Barbara Bowe, clinician at Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, Boston; Raquel Ortiz, law librarian at Boston University School Law School; Suzanne Glick Gilfix of Diverse Solutions Consulting of Southborough; Amy Drachman, principal of HR Counsel, Arlington; Lisa Terrizzi, Boston; Jerry Howland, principal of Another Course to College, Boston; Julie A. Moore, president, Employment Practices Group, North Andover; David Yas, publisher and editor in chief, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, Boston; and Jayne Tyrrell, executive director, Massachusetts IOLTA Committee.